Thank you to everyone who visited Mandy El-Sayegh’s new commission, Cite Your Sources, during Chisenhale Art Place’s Open Weekend. The exhibition continues until 9 June, Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm. To find out more information please click here.

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the early morning viewing of Cite Your Sources with an introduction by Layla Gatens, Curatorial Assistant: Engagement. Thank you also to everyone who joined us on Saturday for the zine-making and drawing workshop led by Grrrl Zine.

Forthcoming exhibition events include a talk on Thursday 23 May by Gareth Longstaff, Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Newcastle University, who will draw on his research exploring psychoanalysis and self-representation in relation to El-Sayegh’s exhibition. On Thursday 30 May, Mandy will be joined in conversation by Amrita Dhallu to launch a new e-publication devised as part of Dhallu’s role as Curatorial Assistant: Commissions 2018-19. The publication focuses on the practices of three artists who have contributed to the gallery’s exhibition programme, exploring an intergenerational discourse on the creativity, wellbeing and labour of women artists of colour. For more information on Dhallu’s e-publication, Now Let Us Shift, and Chisenhale Research, please click here.

Chisenhale Alumni and forthcoming programme artists with presentations and openings include: Maeve Brennan’s Chisenhale Gallery commission The Drift (2017) is being screened at CAST Film Club on 24 May with an introduction and in conversation between Maeve and Polly Staple, Director Chisenhale Gallery; earlier that day, Polly will also give a talk at Porthmeor Studios about Chisenhale Gallery's programme; Jumana Manna’s film Wild Relatives (2018) is being screened at Cample Line on 23 May; and Alex Baczysnki-Jenkins' Chisenhale Gallery commission, The Tremble, as part of his exhibition The Tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together, will be presented at CONVERSO, Milan, on 24 May, and at Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw, on 25 May.